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... Why don't we have these in the US!? Then we walked around some more and went to see a movie at Filmstaden, the large movie theater at Sergel's Torg. Anneli had said this is the movie theater they go to when they come into the city for movies. It was huge!
So they assign seats here when you buy tickets. The ticket and concession prices were comparable to that of a regular theater in America. We asked for seats near the back, in the middle. We later found out that ...
... underground waste system so that when you throw something away in a public trash can or recycle something, it goes into a tunnel underground and goes directly where it needs to go. I don’t know too much about what happens to it after that, but I just know that Sweden knows what they’re doing and the rest of the world should follow their superior example. Oh, and by the way, Sweden has brought the world seatbelts, zippers, Abba, and gorgeous blonde people. That is all I have to ...
... and we all hit it off right from the beginning. I think it’s going to make for pleasant meals and conversation.
Tonight’s show was Magic Rush, a duo who did quick costume changes WHILE ballroom dancing. Very clever and quite amusing. Also quite late, starting at 10 p.m., so we headed straight to bed after the show. Planning to get to the Vasa Museum tomorrow (our first time going into a building on this trip ...
3 1/2 hours north of Stockholm for a traditional Swedish Folk Festival. They come from all over to farmland, freshly mowed. A picnic lunch and crack open the wine beer. All sounds fab till the storm....fortunately for us a farmhouse provided shelter....unfortunately no room inside so it's underneath for us! ...
... excellent coffee. You can sit on the deck and watch all of Stockholm go by on the waterfront promenade. Excellent venue.
We start out by touring the Royal Palace, the only working palace in Europe that is open to the public. The palace dates from the 1400's, but burned down in 1697, with only a small section left standing. Everything was rebuilt shortly after that with most of the palace designed and decorated by the ...